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For the price it is a great option. I’ve never been backpacking before so it has been a great learning point. The staff are extremely friendly and helpful.
It is not a fancy place. There are no frills. You get what you pay for; basic...More
Was looking for a cheap reasonable place to pass the nights in Toronto. Thought it was going to be noisy of people, but wasnt. Need a little of cleaness but its a solve for my pocket so cant wait for a palace.
Everything near (distance...More
We appeared to have a whole wing to ourselves which meant there was never anybody using the bathrooms which was a bonus. The beds were clean and the room had a fan. About what we expected given the price in comparison to other options in...More
So first of all let me just start off by saying this was my first time ever visiting a foreign country by myself, so I wasn't up for spending a grand and upwards just for somewhere to rest my head every night, I thought this...More
Student dorm converted in hostel during the summer I guess. The place is a bit oldish but overall this is ok and clean. If you got the permanent bed, you sleep fine. Otherwise, let us say the aditionnal bed is soft. Not that many people...More
US$51 - US$80 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Kitchenette, Non-Smoking Rooms, Family Rooms
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